Presentation 2014-12-17
A small multi-band antenna for wireless sensor networks
Kenichi KAGOSHIMA, Shigeki TAKEDA, Masahiro UMEHIRA,
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Abstract(in English) Wireless sensor networks, which are sometimes called "M2M" or "IoT", have been growing as the fundamental system in the social human life. Frequencies allocated to the wireless sensor networks are increasing due to the expand of the systems and wireless devices. If the wireless devices can be operated using any frequency bands allocated to the systems, it is very advantageous for the systems to be flexibly constructed. In this paper, we have studied the possibility of antenna systems installed at wireless devices which can be operated in any frequency band from 400MHz, 900MHz, 1.2GHz, 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz. The analysis and design results of a key multi-band antenna for the antenna system comprised of helical elements, which are electromagnetically coupled by a loop element, have been presented.
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Keyword(in English) Sensor radio / small antenna / multi-band antenna / electromagnetically coupled feed
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Conference Date 2014/12/10(1days)
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Title (in English) A small multi-band antenna for wireless sensor networks
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Keyword(1) Sensor radio
Keyword(2) small antenna
Keyword(3) multi-band antenna
Keyword(4) electromagnetically coupled feed
1st Author's Name Kenichi KAGOSHIMA
1st Author's Affiliation College of Engineering Ibaraki University()
2nd Author's Name Shigeki TAKEDA
2nd Author's Affiliation College of Engineering Ibaraki University
3rd Author's Name Masahiro UMEHIRA
3rd Author's Affiliation College of Engineering Ibaraki University
Date 2014-12-17
Paper # SRW2014-35
Volume (vol) vol.114
Number (no) 367
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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